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The wife is having a clear out of the pantry, where we store our booze.........she has just found a bottle of Sloe Gin 2003 vintage!.........dunno how that slipped through the net? Anyway I will try it later to check if it’s still drinkable, or if it really does just mature with age? 🤪

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We're currently going through the blackberry whiskey and gin atm. The sloe never lasts long no matter how much we make. I bought the last bottle of hortus sloe gin in lidl last week. Its a nice drink. 

Im slightly jealous, that should be nicely done 

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I still have some from 97, my oldest and have some at xmass every year. not much left and berries were taken out years ago or it just taints it if left in more than a few years.  still good stuff.

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Looses it's deep red burgundy to a more brown, tastes better too not sickly like some are.

My oldest is 2009 and not much left. Not made any for a while now.  Tend to just put a nice malt or cognac in the hip flask. Kings ginger another I like. 

 

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